Malala Day is being observed today
KARACHI: Malala Day is being seen on Tuesday for advancement of instruction around the world.
Malala Yousafzai turns 19 years of age today and she’s simply requesting one thing — to bolster her central goal to give training to young ladies around the globe.
July twelfth was announced “Malala Day” by United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon in 2013 to celebrate Yousafzai’s sixteenth birthday. At that point, she conveyed a discourse at the UN calling for overall access to instruction.
In that discourse, Yousafzai said that Malala Day is “not my day,” but rather the “day of each lady, each kid and each young lady who have raised a voice for their rights.” She has spent each birthday since crusading for young ladies’ instruction around the globe, venturing out to ranges where young ladies confront the best obstructions to training.